Tulsi Gabbard defended herself Tuesday during the 2020 Democratic debate against claims she is a ‘Russian asset.’ The Hawaii Congresswoman and Iraq combat veteran was a forceful presence when the conversation on stage turned to foreign policy, specifically the situation in northern Syria following Donald Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. forces there. ‘First of all, we’ve got to understand the reality of the situation there, which is that the slaughter of the Kurds being done by Turkey is yet another negative consequence of the regime change war we’ve been waging in Syria,’ Gabbard said. ‘Donald Trump has the blood of the Kurds on his hand, but so do many of the politicians in our country from both parties who have supported this ongoing regime change war in Syria that started in 2011,’ she continued, before blasting members of the ‘mainstream media’ who she said have been ‘cheerleading this regime change war.’ Gabbard traveled to Syria in January 2017 and met its dictator Bashar al-Assad. No photographs of their meeting have been made public. Not an asset: ‘The slaughter of the Kurds being done by Turkey is yet another negative consequence of the regime change war we’ve been waging in Syria,’ said… Read full this story
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